€2 million, 600kg of cocaine found in Dutch apartments
At least 600 kilograms of cocaine have been found in two apartments in Rotterdam, Netherlands, officials revealed.
The drugs worth approximately 18 million to 24 million euros has been destroyed.
Investigators had noticed men entering the apartments continually, carrying large bags.
The police trailed a suspicious car and found a third apartment.
A man and a woman were caught counting money, supposedly from illegal drug sales.
Authorities have confiscated two million euros, Dutch news agency ANP reports.
The police said four suspects were arrested during operations this week.
In other news, Indian Police busted a drug racket and arrested four Nigerian nationals from Nalasopara, Mumbai with 747 gram high-grade cocaine worth Rs1.49 crore (N5,699,250,000)
The accused identified as Agu Osita (28), Urji Phillips (30), Ogona Chukwene (29) and Chris Ajah Chukweneka (30) were arrested on Monday and produced before the Vasai sessions court on Tuesday, November 3.
According to police sources, senior police inspector DS Patil had received information that some Nigerians would be coming to sell cocaine in Pragati Nagar area of Nalasopara (east).
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